The world will survive without Gawker, Splinternews, and Deadspin. And, it has to be said, no one seeking political insight turns to a sports journalist.
The world would be harmed irreparably if real journalistic ventures like the NY Times or WaPo were to fold.
That said: There’s a symbiotic relationship between the Times and WaPo on one side, and Trump on the other. Each benefits from other’s existence.
One of the US’s biggest exports under Trump is race hate.
When a meeting of Klansmen at the Emmett Till memorial becomes a pop-up Trump campaign rally.
At this stage, bubonic plague would top Trump by double digits. He’s political roadkill.
People are surprised Trump was booed at MSG last night. They apparently don’t realize that he stuck NYC with unpaid tax bills, ugly architecture, and several hundred cases of STDs.
Bern and Harris supporters react strongly whenever Buttigieg gets attention.
Bible-based companies tend to engage in shady business practices (see Under Amour).
“When Analytics Fails” could be the title of A. J. Hinch’s new book.
Any nineteenth-century writer or poet worthy of mention did opium and absinthe.
Working the impeachment beat must be extremely frustrating for journalists, especially if one acts as if Pelosi doesn’t exist.
Re Dorian and Alabama: Trump is rolling around in his own scat.
Oh Moon of Alabama
We now must say goodbye
We’ve lost our good old mama
And must have whisky, oh, you know why.
A sharpie and a dull brain make nonsense.
Trump’s dementia undermines whatever credibility he had with pundits and Susan Sarandon.
Why are intelligent people responding to the natterings of a man afflicted with dementia praecox?
WaPo has taken possession of what’s left of Donald Trump’s mind.
Dorian, et. al target climate change denying states. The Wrath of God, natural selection, or Die List der Vernunft?